Tony Siantonas

Director, Food & Agriculture

Tony leads WBCSD’s Scaling Positive Agriculture project, which addresses how to achieve a net-zero, nature positive, and farmer-centered agricultural system, identifying actions on climate change, soil health, land restoration, finance mobilization and digital innovation. Based in Norway on his family’s organic dairy farm, Tony is passionate that agriculture and farming are used and scaled as positive, inclusive solutions for the climate and nature crises, equitable and resilient rural livelihoods, and nutrition security.

Tony has worked on climate change, agriculture and sustainable development for over 15 years and has lived and worked as an advisor in East Africa for the Ethiopian Government, focusing on the transformation of the smallholder farming agricultural sector, and in Europe for Deloitte specializing in corporate sustainability and climate change strategy. He holds an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London, and BSc in Environmental Sciences from the University of East Anglia, UK.

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